A truly impressive country house together with a separate cottage situated on the Ashdown Forest
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The property Hartfield Hall, is an exceptional country house of character. Approached over a long tree-lined private driveway, the property sits centrally in its plot.
The elevations are of brick, plaster and exposed timberwork under a vast pitch-tiled roof. The accommodation is light and beautifully presented with many of the rooms enjoying views of the manicured gardens and grounds.
Particular features of the property include spacious reception/dining hall with staircase and gallery. The drawing room is superbly proportioned and has a lovely open fire place and exposed timbers. The consevatory connects the drawing room and the kitchen and forms a wonderful open plan living space with doors opening onto the terrace with views of the garden and pond beyond. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a vast array of cupboards, drawers and Miele appliances including a large central island and breakfast bar. Plenty of space for dining.
This property has 4 acres of land.
Location Hartfield Hall occupies a truly impressive setting situated on the Ashdown Forest. The Ashdown Forest provides 6,500 acres of beautiful forest and heathland and is within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property is perfectly placed for riding and walking on the forest but is also conveniently located to the pretty and highly desirable village of Hartfield.
Hartfield is well equipped with amenities including a pub and a local shop. The larger centres of Royal Tunbridge Wells and East Grinstead are both easily accessible and offer an excellent range of shopping, recreational and cultural amenities.
For the commuter there is a mainline station at both East Grinstead, Cowden, Dormans and Tunbridge Wells.
The area is renowned for the quality of schools in both the private and state sectors including Michael Hall (Steiner Waldorf) at Forest Row, Bramble Tye at East Grinstead, Cumnor House and Danehill as well as Ardingly College. There is a local village school in Hartfield called St. Marys, other schools of significance in the area are Worth, Bedes, Tunbridge and Skinners.
Directions From the centre of Hartfield proceed in a southerly direction onto the B2026. Proceed for approximately ¼ mile where the property will be found on the right hand side behind heavy wooden electronically operated gate.Read all
- Separate Detached Cottage
- Good range of outbuildings
- Approx 4 acres
- Desirable village of Hartfield
- Close to mainline stations